Aonang Paradise Resort
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... and little islands everywhere. It was like Halong Bay all over again - in a good way. We stayed at The Emerald Garden Resort which was a bit of a random pick when I booked. It is a series of cottages within the trees. There are a few pools, pool table, mini library and a restaurant. The distance to the beach is only a 5-10 minute walk so all was good - whew. We went out to dinner next ...
... really shallow which was nice, no worry of fish but it was pretty cold. We didn't want to get out of the water it was uncomfortably cold but we had to go back to the boat through the sharp rocks again to go to the snorkelling site! We tried to keep our flip flops on which you can imagine was a bit of a disaster! We were told there were reef sharks but again didn't see any, I was so glad to see a big and little clown fish in an anemone together though. Actual ...
... on flying out. Upon investigation we found he could catch a ferry to Myanmar further north at Ranong. It worked out really well – he was able to cross and get back within a couple of hours. We then went to a quiet island called Koh Phayam – no cars allowed, electricity from 4-11pm, cold showers, and wifi at restaurants! We found it to be very relaxing and peaceful. We got plenty of exercise with walking and riding push ...
... 10-12$ which includes meals and soft drinks for two. We had plans to go scuba diving this morning but I wasn't feeling so great, had problems digesting my lunch yesterday so I skipped supper from lack of appetite and did not sleep so well either. Francois cancelled our booking at 7:00 am which I think was the right thing to do since we are flying back to Bangkok tomorrow, our last night In ...
... fact that I really struggled with my weight and food, constantly trying to lose weight and not eat for days and days on end. I was a complete wreck.
Fast forward a year. I was on Koh Phi Phi, one of the most complex, amazing, islands in Thailand. I remember standing by banana bar one evening, and taking my new life in. I remember every detail of it so clearly. I remember it was 4.20pm I started my shift that day; promoting Happy Hour (high hour) and feeling untouchable (in ...